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Hello, all!

I think this is going to go up before anyone’s in 2020; regardless, I’d like to wish everyone a happy new year! May 2020 bring us all joy in a variety of forms.

Ramble of the Day

Let’s do a low-maintenance ramble for us all, distracted with the end of a decade and all that it entails. Below is a list of movies I watched in 2019, and feel free to ask me my thoughts on them if you want (or write your own list, or ignore it — whatever suits you, really). Most of these are movies I watched for the first time in 2019, but some were rewatches. In total, it’s a list of 50 movies, though I may sneak in a few more before year’s end.

  • Mary Poppins Returns, dir. Rob Marshall
  • The Favourite, dir. Yorgos Lanthimos
  • Eighth Grade, dir. Bo Burnham
  • Eden Lake, dir. James Watkins
  • Ben is Back, dir. Peter Hedges
  • Roma, dir. Alfonso Cuarón
  • Paddington 2, dir. Paul King
  • Ibiza: Love Drunk, dir. Alex Richanbach
  • If Beale Street Could Talk, dir. Barry Jenkins
  • The Wife, dir. Björn L. Runge
  • Incredibles 2, dir. Brad Bird
  • Cinderella, dir. Kenneth Branagh
  • At Eternity’s Gate, dir. Julian Schnabel
  • Avengers: Endgame, dir. Anthony Russo and Joe Russo
  • The Parent Trap, dir. Nancy Meyers
  • Creed II, dir. Ryan Coogler
  • Walk the Line, dir. James Mangold
  • Rocketman, dir. Dexter Fletcher
  • Ralph Breaks the Internet, dir. Rich Moore and Phil Johnston
  • Pulp Fiction, dir. Quentin Tarantino
  • Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, dir. Quentin Tarantino
  • National Treasure, dir. Jon Turteltaub
  • Billy Elliot, dir. Stephen Daldry
  • Robin Hood, dir. Otto Bathurst
  • Yesterday, dir. Danny Boyle
  • Downtown Abbey, dir. Michael Engler
  • El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie, dir. Vince Gilligan
  • Triple Frontier, dir. J.C. Chandor
  • The Farewell, dir. Lulu Wang
  • Parasite, dir. Bong Joon-ho
  • Jojo Rabbit, dir. Taika Waititi
  • The Irishman, dir. Martin Scorsese
  • Booksmart, dir. Olivia Wilde
  • Us, dir. Jordan Peele
  • Marriage Story, dir. Noah Baumbach
  • Crash, dir. Paul Haggis
  • Hustlers, dir. Lorene Scafaria
  • Harriet, dir. Kasi Lemmons
  • A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby, dir. John Schultz
  • Cheaper by the Dozen, dir. Shawn Levy
  • Ford v Ferrari, dir. James Mangold
  • The Knight Before Christmas, dir. Monika Mitchell
  • A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, dir. Marielle Heller
  • Christmas Inheritance, dir. Ernie Barbarash
  • Judy, dir. Rupert Goold
  • Die Hard, dir. John McTiernan
  • Knives Out, dir. Rian Johnson
  • Where’d You Go, Bernadette, dir. Richard Linklater
  • Hobbs & Shaw, dir. David Leitch
  • Star Wars: The Force Awakens, dir. J.J. Abrams

I try to keep my viewing a little bit eclectic.

tl;dr: All the movies I watched in 2019 (as of December 30, 6:39p ET)

Links of the Day

Rangers say forward Alfredo Morelos was racially abused during the Old Firm derby.

A non-league match between Fisher FC and AFC Croydon was abandoned after a Croydon player racially abused the opposing team.

IFAB said VAR should not be used for “marginal” offside calls.

Roma is in discussions about selling the club to a group led by American billionaire Dan Friedkin.

Today’s longer read: the BBC’s alternative year-end awards